04/07/2014 Kings Place Podcast
Internationally acclaimed American pianist Jeffrey Siegel returns to Kings Place for the Fifth Anniversary Season of his popular Keyboard Conversations® programmes.
02/07/2014 Barbican Cinema Podcast
We round up the best of the year’s new releases so far and look forward to what’s coming later in 2014. Plus, we talk to Beasts of the Southern Wild composer Dan Romer.
11/06/2014 Barbican Contemporary Music Podcast
Conor O'Brien (Villagers), Jehnny Beth (Savages), Mick Harvey, Mark Kermode and our Creative Producer, Bryn Ormrod talk about David Lynch ahead of the world premiere of this new homage to the music in his films and TV shows.
04/06/2014 Barbican Cinema Podcast
We go on the trail of cinema's greatest private detectives as we explore Gumshoe America. Plus Andrew Simpson from the East End Film Festival previews this year's programme.
02/06/2014 Kings Place Podcast
Singer-songwriter Holly Williams, the granddaughter/daughter of Hank Williams, Sr. & Hank Williams, Jr. respectfully, comes to Kings Place later this month.
25/05/2014 Barbican Cinema Podcast
Actor of the moment Oscar Isaac and writer/director Hossein Amini join us to talk about their new crime thriller, The Two Faces of January.
16/05/2014 Barbican Contemporary Music Podcast
Saturn-born cosmic jazz hero Sun Ra would have turned 100 this year. Listen to writer Brian Morton and Sonic Youth front man Thurston Moore sharing stories about him...
29/04/2014 Barbican Cinema Podcast
Ahead of his self-curated film season at the Barbican, we speak to the enfant terrible of French fashion Jean Paul Gaultier about his love of cinema, while rising star Domhnall Gleeson tells all about his new film, Frank.
29/04/2014 Kings Place Podcast
Dvořák was one of the most natural melodists in musical history and almost every note of his music is imbued with the characteristic folk song and dance rhythms...
Kings Place Podcast 28/04/2014
Songlines Encounters Festival 2014 is a musical travelogue of undiscovered melodies and musicians from around the world.
09/04/2014 Barbican Classical Music Podcast
Over a series of three podcasts we introduce you to the Birtwistle at 80 concert series. Introducing you to the great man and his music.
07/04/2014 Barbican Contemporary Music Podcast
penness about music seems to be the strongest force at the heart of leading American record label, Nonesuch Records...
01/04/2014 Barbican Film Podcast
We're joined by writer/director Steven Knight to talk about his thrilling new film, Locke and filmmaker Joanna Hogg tells us about her latest work, Exhibition.
01/04/2014 Barbican Theatre Podcast
Actress Fiona Shaw, director Deborah Warner and writer Colm Tóibín talk about their upcoming production of The Testament of Mary...
01/04/2014 Kings Place Podcast
Cellist, baritone and actor Matthew Sharp brings a host of theatric-musical events to his RE:naissance week...
12/03/2014 Barbican Cinema Podcast
Ahead of the release of his new film Under the Skin, we catch up with visionary director Jonathan Glazer to discuss sci-fi, Scotland and Scarlett Johansson
07/03/2014 Barbican Cinema Podcast
We sat down with Deputy Director of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival, Andrea Holley, to delve deeper into the diverse mix of films included in this year’s programme.
05/03/2014 Barbican Contemporary Music Podcast
As we approach the 30th anniversary of the 1984-85 Miners' Strike, producer David Metcalfe (Forma) and Icelandic composer Jóhann Jóhannsson talk to Ben Eshmade about the silent film 'The Miners' Hymns'...
04/03/2014 Barbican Contemporary Music Podcast
We encounter the incredible and at times unbelievable story behind musical enigma William Onyeabor and get an in-depth introduction to composer/pianist/producer Nils Frahm.
04/03/2014 National Concert Hall Podcast
Ben Eshmade talk to Jazz legend Wayne Shorter one of the most influential saxophonists and composers of the 21st Century.
04/03/2014 National Concert Hall Podcast
Ben Eshmade speaks to Hendrik Weber (aka Pantha du Prince) about his upcoming concert with The Bell Laboratory at the National Concert Hall.
28/02/2014 Barbican Cinema Podcast
On this edition we look at the beautiful 1996 Wind in the Willow animation as we talk with director Dave Unwin
17/02/2014 Barbican Cinema Podcast
We discuss the major talking points from the 2014 Bafta awards ceremony, in which 12 Years a Slave won the Best Film category.
17/02/2014 Kings Place Podcast
A mini-series co-curated by acclaimed songwriters Alasdair Roberts and Emily Portman, reflecting the darker and more leftfield elements in contemporary folk music.
06/02/2014 Kings Place Podcast
Hailed as 'England’s new jazz superstar', singer-pianist Anthony Strong comes to Kings Place...
05/02/2014 National Concert Hall Podcast
In this podcast Ben Eshmade talks exclusively to June Tabor, Kris Drever of Lau and Caoimhin Ó Raghallaigh and Iarla O Lionaird of The Gloaming.
04/02/2014 Barbican Cinema Podcast
This month, we hear from Hollywood stars Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto as they discuss their new film Dallas Buyers Club, while we take you through the biggest releases ahead of the awards season.
28/01/2014 Kings Place Podcast
Knowing our lives have been consumed by mechanical air - an automated sound track, the white noise of technology...
22/01/2014 Kings Place Podcast
Suzy Boggus's new 2014 album, Lucky, is a collection of songs from the pen of country music legend Merle Haggard.
14/01/2014 Kings Place Podcast
Pianist and composer Tim Richards' six piece HEXTET returns to Kings Place for another set of hard bop and contemporary originals.
13/01/2014 Kings Place Podcast
Deke Sharon of The House Jacks and Musical Director of blockbuster 'Pitch Perfect' spoke to us about his a cappella sound.
07/01/2014 Kings Place Podcast
Haiku Salut are an instrumental trio from the Derbyshire Dales who describe themselves as a 'Baroque-Pop-Folktronic-Neo-Classical-Something-Or-Other'.
06/01/2014 Barbican Contemporary Music Podcast
No better way to start the year than with the grit and glamour of the sixties, captured in swinging cinematic grooves by Terry Edwards with live performances of music from Michael Caine's most iconic films.
03/01/2014 Barbican Cinema Podcast
Director Jonathan Teplitzky and co-writer Frank Cottrell Boyce discuss their new film, The Railway Man, and Sonia Zadurian delves deeper into the career of director Steve McQueen ahead of the release of his new film, 12 Years a Slave.
30/12/2013 Kings Place Podcast
Americana is an increasingly influential style of music that encompasses many key elements of American roots music – folk, blues, country, bluegrass and rock, for starters – but it lives in a world apart from the pure forms of these genres.